Margibi is a county on the north to the central coast of Liberia, with the area of the county measuring 2,616 square kilometers (1,010 sq. mi). As of the 2008 Census, it had a population of 199,689, making it the sixth most populous county in Liberia.
Margibi County is famous for its numerous rubber plantations, paramount among them being the Firestone and Salala plantations; the County can boast of some excellent educational institutions, including the famous Booker T. Washington Institute (BWI) in Kakata, and the Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute (KRTTI); the main livelihood activities are subsistence agriculture, rubber tapping, and charcoal production; a narrow coastal plain extends inland from the coastline, and the land gradually rises to the high Bong Range in the Northwest and Gibi Mountain in the North
Agricultural production and many cash crops, rubber tapping and charcoal production, hydroelectric power generation, forestry and timber, infrastructure, and manufacturing. Firestone Rubber Plantation
is located in Margibi County.